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Subject: 48" 2010 Felt S32 with zipp 404 wheels
This was my wife's bike she has used it for the last 3 years. It has 200 miles on the road doing triathlons and another 500 miles on the trainer. The bike has minor cosmetic damage on the brakes where is was dropped while being racked (pictures show marks) but does not effect perfromance. The rear derailluer has been upgraded to ultegra, the aerobars have been upgraded to blackwell research carbon, and the rims have been upgraded to Zipp 404 (rear)/ Cane Creek (front, same rim as Zipp 404). This listing does not include the saddle or speedplay pedals (no saddle or pedals are provided with this listing). I will also include the stock felt wheels with this auction for a great training set. This includes 2 sets of brakes, rubber for training wheels and cork for zipp/cane creek set.

This bike is ideal for someone 4'10" to 5'4".

Listed on ebay as:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/290936746075?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trk...

Below are the specs for the 2010 felt S32.

Frame & Fork

Frame Construction TIG-welded

Frame Tubing Material Felt Tri Specific custom butted Super-light 7005 Aluminum

Fork Brand & Model Felt 3.3 UHM Aero

Fork Material Carbon fiber/aluminum steerer

Rear Shock Not applicable

Components

Component Group Triathlon Mix

Brakeset Dual pivot brakes, TRP Aero Alloy levers

Shift Levers Micro.shift bar end

Front Derailleur Shimano 105, braze-on

Rear Derailleur Shimano Ultegra

Crankset Shimano FC-R550, 39/53 teeth

Pedals Not applicable

Bottom Bracket Shimano Hollowtech II

BB Shell Width Unspecified

Rear Cogs 10-speed, 12 - 25 teeth

Chain Shimano 10 Speed

Seatpost FELT 3.3 6061 ALU w/Dual saddle position

Handlebar Blackwell research carbon

Handlebar Extensions Clip-On Adjustable Length 7075 Aluminum

Handlebar Stem Felt 3.2 6061 Aluminum 3D Forged 26.0

Headset 1" integrated FSA

Wheels

Hubs FELT TTR-4 Sealed

Rims FELT TTR-4 ALU 30mm Deep, 24-hole/28-hole

Tires 650 23c Vittoria Zaffiro

Hubs Zipp(rear)/Cane Creek (front)

Rims Zipp 404 (rear)/ Cane Creek (front, same rim as Zipp 404)

Tires Continental tubular


2013-06-25 3:33 PM
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Subject: RE: 48" 2010 Felt S32 with zipp 404 wheels
Aww. Perfect fit for me...alas, I don't do a lot of Tris to justify a trip bike. Regardless, it's 48 CM, not inches....if it was 48 inches, your wife must be super tall. Lol
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